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Become a PANDA corporate or community partner

PANDA welcome mutually beneficial partnerships with corporate organisations, service providers and the community to grow our impact and achieve our vision.
Our partnership approach is reflective of our strategic plan to lead with lived experience, engage a valued workforce, deliver leading services and provide quality information and education.

We are a small but mighty team at PANDA. We don’t have a Corporate Partnerships Lead, so partners are treated like family.

We have a small group of loyal and amazing partners. Partnerships are based on principals that don’t create administrative burdens on either party, while still being highly accountable and outcome driven.

Partnership Principals

  • Strategic fit and brand alignment
  • Shared decision on what funds are used for
  • Leverages capabilities of both organisations beyond just financial
  • Engagement and commitment beyond the contractual arrangement
  • Collaboration agreement, with agreed outcomes; flexibility over how to get there
  • Partnerships are not transactional
  • Simple and accountable – not onerous for either party

Partner levels

Donor - supports PANDA’s mission through untied financial support or non-financial support.

Sponsor - Financial support in return for access to the commercial potential
associated with PANDA .

Partner - Usually a minimum 3 year term, with Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in place. Financial or in-kind commitment of $50K+. Partners may be research, technology, resources, policy, advocacy or capability.

Before you complete the partnership form below, please download our Corporate Partnership Prospectus to see some of the ways you can partner with PANDA.

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We welcome you to partner with us to reach and support more families across Australia.

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At PANDA, we embrace the power of diversity through inclusion. We strive to foster belonging and empowerment at work. We create relevant messaging and marketing for our diverse consumers. We listen and engage with our diverse communities. And we value collaboration with our diverse suppliers.

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